How can I make a cross using silverware?

by Monica
  4 answers
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Aug 07, 2019

    Hi Monica.

    Cut your silverware into the right lengths, so that they join at the crossway.

    I do not solder myself, but if you can silver solder go right ahead. If not I suppose you could use an epoxy type adhesive, or maybe ask a jeweller to do it for you. The other thought is that you Mount the Cross on a wooden cross and either glue or rivitt or nail to that. Sorry I can't be of more help!

  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Aug 07, 2019

    I can silver solder, but I would do a mechanical fastener with epoxy.

    I would drill a small hole through the cross intersection & through bolt it with tiny stainless screws.

    I would look through the many stainless “specialty hardware” drawers at the big box DIY store & find a bolt head that works with what you want to epoxy on it or sink a rhinestone or pearl into a recessed hex hole.

    This will make sense after you look through those drawers.

  • Linda Linda on Aug 07, 2019

    I recently saw this cool DIY where someone made a necklace cross out of silverware.